Let get one thing straight; 2015 was a big year for Potential Badboy. His game changing long player secured over 20 plays from Mistajam on BBC 1 Xtra, including his Jam Hot track of the week, as well as a broad range of support and love from DJ Hype on Kiss FM, Ras Kwame on Capital, Toddla T on Radio 1, this list goes on and we’ve not even discussed the love Potential got from his peers.
Jason is back in 2016 with some spiced up, smokey, bassline garage vibes.
After a land-mark start to the year, KACHINA and Affectionate Grooves are giving you an early taster and dropping 'Hypnotize' from their awesome forthcoming EP of the same name.
KACHINA have got support on the airwaves from the likes of Monki & Toddla T on BBC Radio 1 and Marcus Nasty on Rinse. They have appeared on blogs as diverse as Skillex's NEST HQ, EDM Network & I Love UKG.
“Bad Bassline”, from Stormin's upcoming new album Heart N Soul remixed!
Needing no introduction, the Londoner is a major name in the UK dnb scene, having captured the attention of many. Stormin's getting ready to embark on a tour with his Drum & Bass collective SASASAS. With "X-Tra Bad Bassline" Rhythm Rollers sees Ghosty, who under various different names has previously released music on DC Recordings, TwerkOut Records and Rotary Tower, on the remix duties for Stormin's Bad Bassline.
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Menu Music latest release comes from legend in the dance; Leeroy Thornhill. With a musical career spanning back to the early nineties starting out with The Prodigy then breaking out to an artists in his own right. Leeroy’s toured the world and seen it all.
Burn The House Down is without a doubt one Leeroy’s strongest releases to date. Fighting all pigeon hole accusations, BTHD crosses all styles with its feet firmly stomping on the dance floor with its quirky bass & crazy bleeps and beats.
Nightprowl have made a new signing. Notes of a Drunk Man brings you a concept album thats A journal of night scenes, from VIP glitz, to dirty underground, set in a culture of excess and blood-money greed.
The first singe from the album is 'Playboy', a cheeky hypnotic garage track with it's catchy Prince-esque vocals from Kaba Jones (1200 Techniques/Freeform Five). This one will set dancefloors and stripper poles alight!
Jason Laidback strips it back on the flip and turns in a smooth, dark and sexy future garage remix with bouncing subs and cool melodic chords.
Hold tight for the latest release from Gutter Gutter Records. A bombastic collision of beats and bass, the Cash For Gold EP is the first collaboration between breaks legend Deekline, and house maestro Bad Zuke.
It’s an aural Clash of the Titans, spread over three seismic tracks.
Deekline and Tippa Irie are bringing the smooth grooves and ragga vibes in the place on their latest colab for Jungle Cakes. Setting the perfect mood for the summer, Deekline has laced this chilled out, tropical Jungle beat with Tippa's infectious vocal. Calling up Voltage & Nicky Blackmarket for remix duties they've kept some of the Caribbean feel but added some down low dirt to the mix.
Hot on the heels of his 'Nocturnal Activity' EP comes Jason Laidback's second single on his fresh Nightprowl imprint.
First up is 'Luck' a new garage/bass house twist on the classic 'A Little Bit Of Luck' by DJ Luck & MC Neat. Big, bouncy bassline action featuring the divine garage vocalist Valerie M (The Freestylers). Hypnotic heavy peak time ammunition for your sets, watch this one shake the room!